- Students graduating from high school could be at risk for meningitis. Public health experts say NOW is a good time to make sure high school students are up to date on their meningitis vaccine. Newswatch 12's Karolina Buczek spoke with a public health nurse in Langlade County to find out how teens can stay safe.
- Plus, an Ashland science teacher will use her 18 day trip on an ocean research ship to help her students. She hopes it gets students thinking more than just water in the Midwest. We'll see why she'll focus on perspective tonight on Newswatch 12.
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ANTIGO - Students graduating from high school could be at risk for contracting meningitis. Public health experts say now is a good time to make sure high school students are up to date on their meningitis vaccinations.
RHINELANDER - More than a month and a half after deputies arrested Ashlee Martinson in Indiana, the 17-year-old made her first appearance in Oneida County Court on Friday. She was brought back to Oneida County Thursday night after waiving extradition in Boone County, Indiana on April 9.
Martinson is charged in the killings of her mother, 40-year-old Jennifer Ayers, and stepfather, 37-year-old Thomas Ayers, at their home east of Rhinelander on March 7. Prosecutors believe she stabbed her mother and shot her stepfather.
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